Charlotte Flair: "I didn't drop my belt on purpose with Becky"


Charlotte Flair: "I didn't drop my belt on purpose with Becky"

Last November during the WWE Draft, the company decided to exchange what at the time were the champions of their respective rosters, namely Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch. Obviously with this move there was a need to somehow swap the two belts and WWE did it in a simple way.

The two in fact found themselves in the ring with Sonya Deville for a trivial exchange and it seems that the plans were to have The Queen give her belt first to The Man so that she could playfully go back to being Becky Two for a few seconds.

Belts, but things didn't go according to plan. In fact, Charlotte didn't want to give Becky the belt and some reports said she just didn't want to be weak, so she dropped her to the floor and sent her ex-best friend on a rampage, which would lead to a backstage fight.


Charlotte Flair: "I didn't drop my belt on purpose with Becky"

On the occasion of several interviews and specifically the one on The Broken Skull Sessions with Stone Cold Steve Austin, we have always heard Becky Lynch's opinion on it, but of course we need to hear what everyone involved has to say.

In fact, always in the same show mentioned above, the Texas Rattlesnake also wanted to hear the bell of the daughter of the Hall Of Famer, who she denied having specifically thrown the belt on the ground. "You have two women who want to be the best, who want to be first.

I wish I could sit here and tell you I did it on purpose, but if people need me to be that bad, I'll be the bad one. Things happen. on screen. I would never go to a TV show with a script and do something on purpose. It was accidental." The phrase: "...but if people need me to be that villain, I'll be the villain," could be traced back to the fact that after what happened, both journalists and some fans praised Becky Lynch a lot for acting like this. professional, condemning the behavior instead of Charlotte Flair.

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